The management of ABS says its doors are open to all political parties for election coverage and advertising.
General Manager Erna-Mae Braithwaite responded to a press release of the main opposition United Progressive Party (UPP) demanding equal access to the state broadcaster.
She said the company had already been in touch with the UPP before it released its statement.
“Mr Lovell did not respond at all,” she said.
Braithwaite said ABS responded positively to a letter it received from the chairman of the UPP requesting coverage for upcoming activities.
“I consider it disingenuous,” she said making reference to the UPP release.
“We reached out to the parties on the very day that the writ was issued,” she added.
In its release, the UPP demanded not only fair access but proof that of payment by all political parties procuring services at the State-owned ABS Radio and Television during the 2018 election campaign.
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